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Whether you are on the hunt for that perfect find, in town to savor a concert at Festival Hill, celebrating something special or simply here to savor the Texas Hill Country, there is truly something for everyone. Here are some of our favorite things to do in the area. Feel free to share your faves with us too.




Annual Spring & Fall Antique Shows 

(Marburger Farms, Round Top, Warrenton with lots of pop-ups in between)

Henkel Square Market

(Round Top Antiques, Wimberly & more)

Junk Gypsy

(made famous by their HGTV show)


Lindemann Store

(old-fashioned country store with grocery supply & sometimes BBQ to go for lunch, located in nearby Industry)

The Little Cheese Shop in Round Top

(charcuterie, chutney, olives, chocolate, vino & more)

Lollitop Sweetshop

(candy, cookies, sweet & savory muffins)

McLaren's Antiques & Interiors

(antique, reclaimed industrial, & contemporary furnishings)

Paul Michael Company at Market Hill

(home furnishings, handcrafted pieces, antique rugs & original art)

Round Top Mercantile

(general store with groceries, hardware & sundries)

Shelby Store

(old-fashioned general store where Shelby history can be found as well as farm fresh eggs)

Southern Beasts

(one-of-a-kind art, hats, accessories, & collectibles)

Townsend Provisions

(curated antiques, clothing, vintage boots, home goods & gifts)

The Vintage Rose Market

(located in nearby Fayetteville's charming town square; gathering spot for shopping antiques, selected clothing & home goods)

dine + sip

Blue Willow Cafe

(family owned cafe' in nearby Burton; amazing breakfast & lunch)

Duo by Gino & Nate at Market Hill

(chef inspired seasonal menus & bottomless mimosa brunch)

Ellis Motel

(craft cocktails)

The Garden Co. at Round Top

(burgers, crispy brussels, salads, craft cocktails & more)

Grand  Fayette Hotel  Wine Bar

(chef's table, desserts, Sunday brunch in nearby Fayetteville) 

Joe's Place

(burgers, steaks & southern fried goodness in nearby Fayetteville)

Prost On Block 29

(wine, charcuterie boards, visiting food trucks on occasion)

Round Top Smokehouse

(BBQ, cream corn, mac n cheese)

Round Top Brewing & Kitchen

(nano-brewery & daily counter service style menu)

Royers Round Top Cafe'

(quirky, gourmet comfort food & famous pies)

Royers Pie Haven

(best pies ever & great coffee too)

Round Top Coffee Shop

(coffee & breakfast tacos)


Eckermann's Meat Market

(not a place to pick up a date but an actual country meat market offering a full line of fresh beef & pork located in nearby New Ulm)

Festival Hill

(Round Top Festival Institute offers various musical concerts)

Jersey Barnyard

(farm tours & farmers' market every Saturday at a wholesome working farm in nearby LaGrange)

Round Top Family Library

(beautifully renovated 2 story library)

World Famous Painted Churches

(twenty painted churches of Texas are in the National Register of Historic Places; six of these beauties are in neighboring towns near Schulenburg; self-guided or guided tours available)

Winedale Historical Complex

(home to large collection of 19th century structures, furnishings & art; offers variety of programs & exhibitions including Shakespeare & Christmas at Winedale)

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